Tutu acts against religion

It is about time that Archbishop Desmond Tutu realises that he is not infallible. His outburst negates his religious calling and he should be condemned in the strongest terms for this.

It is about time that Archbishop Desmond Tutu realises that he is not infallible. His outburst negates his religious calling and he should be condemned in the strongest terms for this.

Why does he want ANC president Jacob Zuma to pray to him? Tutu does not have the faintest understanding of the situation in South Africa. He moans and cries about almost everything in the country. He is one of the prominent people who is bent on tarnishing the image of this country in the eyes of the world.

When his son Trevor was an adult delinquent, the people he undermines today were part of the collective that wished his family well. A man of the cloth with no forgiveness or one who does not give someone a second chance acts contrary to his calling. He should declare his political stance rather than hide behind religion. He should also know that there are no holy cows and no one is perfect.

His judgements are also not always correct or perfect. His fake tears make a mockery of his stature and calling and reveal his veiled intentions.

Tutu's self-explanatory political lobbying has been exposed. History will judge him harshly. He has abused the honour and respect given to him by the South Africans whom he despises today.

Mzukisi Ronyuza, Boipatong

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